Globe brings #WonderfulMindaNOW fever to Cagayan de Oro

Harnesses the power of social media with GoUNLI20Plus

Globe Telecom, through its digital brand for the youth Globe Prepaid, is taking Cagayan de Oro to greater heights as it brings its #WonderfulMindaNOW campaign in Centrio Mall this weekend, July 19-20, 2014.

Ka-Globe Kagayanons are expected to enjoy an entire day of fun activities at the #WonderfulMindaNOW booth where they can get exciting freebies, win cool raffle prizes, buy Globe SIMs, and prepaid load, purchase handsets with exclusive offers, and redeem their Globe Rewards points in exchange of goodies.

Different stations are set-up at the #WonderfulMindaNOW booth which includes the Selfie and Trick-eye stations, where Kagayanons can take their “selfie” shots and share their real-time experiences via Globe Prepaid’s GoUNLI20Plus, a Mindanao-exclusive prepaid offer GoUNLI20Plus, which offers unlimited calls to Globe/TM, 20MB of data for mobile surfing, and 50 texts to all networks for only P20.

The most affordable and easy-to-use prepaid voice and mobile data combo, GoUNLI20Plus allows subscribers to keep in touch with their families and friends through calls without the need for prefix dialing. They can also browse through different social networking sites with no Wi-Fi needed, plus a bonus of 50 texts to all networks for a price easy on the pocket. Mindanao prepaid subscribers can register to GoUNLI20Plus by texting Go20Plus to 2655. To know more about GoUnli20Plus, visit: www.Globe.com.ph/GoUnli20Plus.

Backed by a brand new network that enables a faster and more seamless browsing experience and quality calls and texts, Globe recently launched the #WonderfulMindaNOW advocacy, a social media-driven movement that enjoins Mindanaoans to take pride in their region by showcasing wonderful spots, places, and tourist attractions in Mindanao via social networks.
We would like to invite the Kagayanons to take part in sharing and spotting the coolest places in their region via #WonderfulMindaNOW by subscribing to GoUNLI20Plus. To celebrate the power of social media and the launch of the most affordable all-in-one prepaid promo, they can check out the #WonderfulMindaNOW event at the Centrio Mall this weekend,” says Issa Cabreira, VP for Globe.
Aside from products and services, Globe is also set to make its presence felt in the entire Mindanao with its nation-building programs for schools, homes, and livelihood as well as initiatives that enable a service-oriented and customer-centric workforce for a wonderful customer experience.

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#ReliefPH: How Kagayanons can Help Typhoon #YolandaPH Victims

[caption id="attachment_3146" align="aligncenter" width="550"]DSWD RegionX Relief Volunteer Schedule Photo from Miguel Angelo[/caption]

Volunteer at DSWD Region 10


Ways to DonateThe Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office X is in need of volunteers to do re-packing of relief goods to be sent to the victims of Typhoon Yolanda in Tacloban City.

The Field Office, which is based in Cagayan de Oro, has been identified by the agency, as one of the satellite offices to ship relief goods to the affected city in Region 8. The Field Office is expected to send out 50,000 to 100,000 family food packs daily to Tacloban City for the families affected.

Re-packing of the goods will start tomorrow, November 12, 2013.

Interested individuals and groups may register at DSWD Field Office X, Masterson Ave., Upper Carmen, Cagayan de Oro City.

Written by Charmaine P. Tadlas, Regional Information Officer, DSWD-X

 

1+2+3+1 formula for #YolandaPH


From Maria Irene Aserios:
"I am organizing relief and donation drives for Super Typhoon #YolandaPH #Haiyan victims. Those in Mindanao, please feel free to send me a message. If you want to offer your place of business as donation dropoff center, if you want to donate, if you want to organize your own drive etc - please feel free to let me know. Let's consolidate all efforts. I am also fixing arrangements for travels to Cebu, Leyte, Samar and Bohol. If you want to help out and travel with me and other volunteers, let me know also.

I am supporting the 1+2+3+1 formula for #YolandaPH donations: 1 kilo of rice, 2 pieces canned goods, 3 packs of noodles and 1 liter of water. All these for a total of roughly Php 100 (US $2.50). That may even be lesser than the price of your coffee. Please, if you want to help, feel free to contact me. I will personally go to the affected areas (my own expense...EDIT: an angel has offered to shoulder fares for me and a companion) and make sure that your donations are received properly. Please feel free to contact me also if you want to co-organize fundraising events and other donation drives. Thank you for your generosity!"

You may drop you donations at One Happy Story
Capistrano – Gomez streets, ATCO building, 2nd floor, Bella Vita, Cagayan de Oro City
Tweet @mindanaoan for more details.

Sponsor A Care Pack






To my dearest friends who want to help, you might want to support this cause: SPONSOR A CARE PACK  I remember during the aftermath of Sendong (Typhoon Washi), that while clothes and canned goods and noodle abounded, most people usually overlooked the needs of the most vulnerable, the children.

With that, we would like to revive this project and create Care Packs for little kids 3 years old and younger. Each pack will include 1 feeding bottle (sterilized and washed), 1 500 ml water, 1 sachet of milk (good for two feedings), 1 small blanket and a pack of crackers. This will only cost P120 each or a little around $3.

United We Dance: A Fitness for a Cause


United We Dance Fitness for a Cause

XU Tabang Visayas:Relief Operation and Fund Drive


XU Tabang Visayas
Together with the Blogging and Social Media Organizations in Mindanao, we, the CDO Bloggers and the rest of Mindanao Bloggers are collating all ways to help our fellow Kababayans in Visayas and Southern Luzon, including online, nationwide efforts and Mindanao based donation centers.

DAVAO CITY
ABS-CBN Sagip Kapamilya Foundation – Davao
ABS-CBN Davao, Broadcast Avenue, Shrine Hills, Matina, Davao City

BUKIDNON

EMIL CID / BUKIDNON VOICE
Impalambong, Bukidnon
0926 2018 200
Twitter – @bukidnonvoiceEMail – bukidnonvoice@yahoo.com

CdeO City

ABS-CBN Sagip Kapamilya Foundation – CdeO
ABS-CBN Cagayan de Oro, Greenhills Road, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City
(088)858-8105

Operation Tulong
SM City Cagayan de Oro
Masterson Avenue corner Gran Via St. Carmen, Cagayan de Oro City
(088) 859 2884

Alay sa Komunidad – Typhoon Yolanda
Centrio Mall CDO
Claro M. Recto Avenue, Cagayan de Oro
Drop you donations at any Centrio Mall Concierge Booths.
Cash or check donations shall be deposited to a dedicated bank account Alay sa Komunidad with BPI Account No. 0031-0684-95.
323 – 4000

Xavier University

Donations will also be collected in KKP office or DC Lab, Aggie Building, 5F and the Crusader Publication.

ONLINE
KakaoTalk + Fleishman Hillard via WORLD VISION PHILIPPINES

Link: http://bit.ly/give-YolandaPH

Google Person Finder
For those looking for information about relatives/friends: http://google.org/personfinder/2013-yolanda

NATIONWIDE
LBC Outlets

Jollibee Foods Group
JGF coinbanks found in over 2,000 JFC stores (Jollibee, Chowking, Greenwich, Red Ribbon, Mang Inasal and Burger King) across the country.

Petron Stations
Look for the Sagip Alalay Sign

BANK ACCOUNTS
SAGIP KAPAMILYA BANK ACCOUNTS

Peso Account

Bank Name: BANCO DE ORO
Bank Account No: 393- 011-4199
Bank Account Name: ABS-CBN Foundation Inc. – Sagip Kapamilya
Branch:Sct. Albano, Quezon Avenue, Quezon City
Swift Code: BNORPHMM

Dollar Account
Bank Name: BANCO DE ORO
Bank Account No: 393-008-1622
Bank Account Name: ABS-CBN Foundation Inc. – Sagip Kapamilya
Branch:Sct. Albano, Quezon Avenue, Quezon City
Swift Code: BNORPHMM

Peso Account
Bank Name: BANK OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Bank Account No: 305-111-2775
Bank Account Name: ABS-CBN Foundation Inc. – Sagip Kapamilya
Branch:West Triangle, Quezon City
Swift Code: BOPIPHMM

Dollar Account

Bank Name: BANK OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Bank Account No: 3054-0270-35
Bank Account Name: ABS-CBN Foundation Inc. – Sagip Kapamilya
Branch:West Triangle, Quezon City
Swift Code: BOPIPHMM

Peso Account

Bank Name: PHILIPPINE NATIONAL BANK

Bank Account No: 419-539-5000-13
Bank Account Name: ABS-CBN Foundation Inc. – Sagip Kapamilya
Branch:Timog, Quezon City
Swift Code: PNBMPHMM

Dollar Account

Bank Name: PHILIPPINE NATIONAL BANK
Account Number: 419-539-5000-21
Account Name: ABS-CBN Foundation, Inc.-Sagip Kapamilya
Branch:Timog, Quezon City
Swift Code: PNBMPHMM

Peso Account

Bank Name: METROBANK
Account Number: 636-3-636-08808-1
Account Name: ABS – CBN Foundation, Inc. – Sagip Kapamilya
Branch: Examiner Quezon Ave. Branch
Swift Code: MBTCPHMM

{For confirmation of donation, please fax (+632-411-4995) or email (sagip@abs-cbn.com) copy of transmittal/ transaction slip with complete donor’s information.}


A Breastfeeding Awareness Campaign

Coming Together, Feeding Together - "A Breastfeeding Awareness Campaign"

Mommy Bright Side with cooperation of German Doctor’s Mother Club and Breastfeeding Pinays will conduct a Breastfeeding Awareness Campaign on August 3, 2013 at Centrio Mall from 3:00pm-5:00pm. This activity aims to promote the importance of providing a stronger support system to breastfeeding mothers and their babies. This activity will simultaneously take place in 5 key cities in the Philippines: Manila, Bacolod, Cebu, Davao and Cagayan de Oro.

A Breastfeeding Awareness Campaign


Program Details:

  • 3:00-3:30pm – Registration: Gathering of mothers

  • 3:30 – 4:00pm – Breastfeeding together


Cue in background music


One Mommy goes to the middle of the target area to breastfeed


After 1 minute, 4 more mommies will join her.


After 1 minute, 10 mommies will join breastfeeding


After 1 minute, 20 mommies will join the breastfeeding mob


End up with short dance number




  • 4:00-5:00 pm – Breastfeeding Problems Solved


* German Doctor Mother’s Club will have a role play on common breastfeeding problems


* Experts will address on why the problem occurs and how it can be prevented and solved.


* Audience can ask any questions regarding breastfeeding.


Mommy Bright Side is a non profit organization who give practical pieces of advice on breastfeeding, babywearing and cloth diapering which are backed up by research and experience.

German Doctor’s Mother Club – A club of mothers coming from grassroots in Cagayan de Oro City. Trained to give peer support to mothers in need.

Breastfeeding Pinays – A Facebook online support group that provides support and information to Filipino families who are interested in breastfeeding. The community is supported by trained peer counsellors and is open to all Pinay breastfeeding mothers.

 

For donations and inquiries contact Mommy Bright Side below:
Contact numbers: 09154868868/ 09327990112
E-mail address: mommybrightside@yahoo.com
Facebook page: www.facebook.com/mommybrightside

Smart Keeps the Good Going with PayITfwd

Smart PayITfwdExtraordinary deeds by ordinary people can make a positive difference in this world. It can be the retiree who trains the unemployed women in the community on livelihood crafts, or the group of athletes that holds sports clinics for street children.

Wireless leader Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart) is giving these acts of kindness a further boost by way of payITfwd, a new social development initiative that aims to enable the spread of social good acts or ‘smart acts’ using technology.

The goal is to support, promote, expand, enhance, reward and enable social good efforts that foster learning through technology.  With payITfwd, social good advocates can scale up and even encourage the public to support their cause,” said Ramon Isberto, head of Smart Public Affairs Group.

Through the initiative, Smart is looking for individuals or groups that are already doing community-based projects that contribute to learning or expansion of knowledge in various fields such as education, environment, disaster preparedness, health, livelihood and sports.

Entries must be submitted in video format showing an overview of the project, its impact to the recipient community, and how technology can enable the project or further spread its benefits.

Smart will be selecting the best 20 entries in a two-round selection process that will run from May 21 up to July 31, and August 16 to October 31 this year. Entries will be judged based on the impact of the project in the community, its novelty and proposed use of technology.  Voting of best entries via social media will also have bearing on the final score of entries.

Each of the selected social good advocates, 10 for each round, will receive a technology package comprising five tablets, 1 Smart Bro Pocket Wi-Fi, Smart Bro load worth P3,000.00, and a cash prize of P50,000.

While technology can facilitate efficiencies in operations and help expand reach, access to these is often a luxury for community-based initiatives. The program will allow them easy access to such technology simply by reporting what they have already done and are targeting to achieve with the help of technology. This utilizes Smart’s technology solutions to help the spread of social good,” said Stephanie Orlino, Smart Public Affairs manager for education programs.

Technology not only increases access to learning but enables these smart acts to spread its benefits to more communities thus keeping the 'good' going,” added Orlino.

In launching this initiative, Smart hopes to increase learning opportunities of target communities through technology.

To know more about payITfwd and the complete mechanics, visit www.smart.com.ph/payITfwd.

Boyong's Special Bagoong Hot & Spicy

Looking for something delicious to bring as pasalubong in Cagayan de Oro? I recommend you check out Boyong's Special Bagoong.
Bagoong is a Philippine condiment made of partially or completely fermented fish or shrimps and salt. The fermentation process also results in fish sauce. The preparation of bagoong can vary regionally in the Philippines.

Mangga with Bagoong

Bagoong is best enjoyed with green magoes, but you can also use it as side dishes for pinakbet, kare-kare and many more cuisines. Check on Boyong's Special Bagoong website they have recipes posted.

Boyong's Special Bagoong is available in different variants the original, spicy with pork and the newest addition the hot & spicy. You can buy the 350 grams at Php 130.00.

Boyong's Special Bagoong

You can buy Boyong's Special Bagoong at the following:

Ato Gyud Ni! Pasalubong Shop
East Concourse, Limketkai Center

Casa Luciana
Sgt. Angelo Velez St., Mabulay Subdivision

Happy Eggs
19th-2nd Streets, Nazareth

Louie’s Food To Go
Seri√Ďa Street, Carmen

Margo’s Meats & More
Tomas Saco St., Macasandig

MK Pasalubong Center
Gaston Park Circle

Pine Ham Factory Outlet
Corrales Avenue

Prime Meat & Deli
Rosario Arcade, Limketkai Center
Uptown Condotel, Pueblo De Oro

Urgena Fruits
South Concourse, Limketkai Center
Fruitstand, Divisoria

Senator Chiz Escudero & Grace Poe CDO Press Conference

Senator Chiz Escudero and Grace Poe
Senator Chiz Escudero and Grace Poe recently visited Cagayan de Oro and had a press conference at the Kagay-anon Restaurant last March 6, 2013. Both the traditional media and new media where invited at the Press conference and among the issues they addressed were the Sabah conflict, election campaign controversies, divorce bill, price hikes, anti-dynasty movement and more.

Watch the 21 part video of the presscon below.

Construction of 2,000+ Houses in New Pagatpat Relocation Site Breaks Ground

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City Mayor Vicente Y. Emano pours in a shovelful of concrete mortar into the capsule hole during the groundbreaking ceremonies for the construction of the new Pagatpat Relocation Site, February 1, 2013. The construction was funded by the DSWD's P140M donation and the building of the houses will be undertaken by the Habitat for Humanity.

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City Mayor Vicente Y. Emano (right), DSWD-X Regional Director Atty. Araceli F. Solamillo (center), and Habitat for Humanity International Regional Program Manager Mr. Leonilo "Tots" Escalada (3rd from right) slide in copies of the project plans and technical documents of the Pagatpat Relocation Site into the capsule shortly before laying it into the ground during the ceremonial groundbreaking held in Pagatpat, February 1, 2013, where more than 2,000 houses are expected to rise very soon.

Source: City Information Office

Human Race Against Rotavirus

Human Race Against Rotavirus (7)

500 of the country’s top pediatricians gathered at the Grand Ballroom, Pryce Hotel, Cagayan de Oro for the Vaccine Congress 2013 last January 27, 2013. With its theme; "Evolving Technology. Expanding Coverage. Protecting the next generation." they discussed best practices and share insights on how they can defeat the Rotavirus. This Rotavirus causes diarrhea among children aged 5 years old. 4000 children worldwide dies everyday and 13 children dies everyday as well in the Philippines because of this Rotavirus-related gastroenteritis.

Human Race Against Rotavirus (5)
With the reduction of child mortality as pasrt of the eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) set by the United Nations, saving children from rotavirus-related deaths counts among the most important missions countries must take--especially as this disease is highly preventable through vaccination. The World Health Organization's Strategic Group of Experts (SAGE) recommends that rotavirus vaccines be included in all national immunization programs, particularly in countries where diarrhea-related deaths account for more than 10% of deaths in children younger than 5 years.

Human Race Against Rotavirus (12)

Marathon master Rio dela Cruz, better known as Coach Rio was also present in the event to lead the Human Race Against Rotavirus.

Human Race Against Rotavirus (3)

Globe Telecom Appreciation Party For Media and Bloggers


The Globe Telecom Appreciation Party for media and bloggers happened last January 10, 2012 at N Hotel. The party was attended by various local media personalities in both radio, prints and online communities. This has been the second time that Globe Telecom hosted a party for local media and bloggers. This time though it was a little late for 2012 thus it was called "Christmas in January".

Before the program started hot drinks and lunch were served. Kudos to N Hotel for the delicious food!

The program started with a welcome message from Globe Telecom’s Head of Corporate Communications Department, Yoly C. Crisanto. Globe has announced that they have completed the network modernization and transformation program and here in CDO we are already now fully equipped with 4G network strength. And also expect more network modernization program from Globe includeing an all-IP infrastructure and overall improved network quality.

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="400"] Globe Telecom’s Head of Corporate Communications Department, Yoly C. Crisanto[/caption]

Globe prepared a couple fun games that everyone really enjoyed.  There we're latest gadgets which are up for grabs via raffle draw like a Blackberry Curve, Samsung Galaxy Note and Samsung Galaxy SII. The consolation prizes are Microwave, Breakfast Oven and Electric Griller. And mind you the bloggers didn't bring home any of those big prizes. Lol Will better luck next time I guess. Anyways, thank you Globe Telecom for the great lunch, fun times and the goodies. ^_^

Dermcare Christmas Galore Treat To Kagay-anon's

As a holiday gift to Dermcare's valued costumers. Dermcare is giving a Christmas Galore Promo up to 70% off at all their services on all branches nationwide!

This is a perfect treat on holiday season. Check out the poster below for the services you might want to avail or give as a gift.

Dermcare Luxe Christmas Galore

Dermcare CDO Branches:

Dermcare

North Concourse West Promenade Limketkai Mall, CDO
Tel. No. (088)310-4410

Dermcare Luxe

3rd Level, Centrio Mall, Cagayan De Oro
Contact No. 09238650751

To get updates of more promos on Dermcare services like the on Facebook.